City Hall Reopens to Public on June 15
City Hall will reopen on Monday, June 15.
To align with Provincial Health Order requirements, limited services at main floor counters will be available for customers to pay water bills, property taxes, parking tickets and for licensing services. Non-touch payment such as debit or credit is preferred.
The Building and Development Permit Counter at City Hall will also be open for limited services starting Monday, June 15. Permit applications and plans are still encouraged to be submitted electronically. You can do so by emailing email@example.com or bringing in an external hard drive to City Hall.
Visitors to City Hall will see the following safety protocols in place:
- a hand-sanitizing station in the lobby
- physical distancing and directional traffic signage reminders
- plexiglass barriers installed at service counters to allow for safer interactions
- a limitation of 15 people inside the City Hall lobby
- enhanced sanitization protocols
To avoid line ups, we are asking customers to, whenever possible, pay parking tickets online and utility bills and property taxes at their banking institutions. Cheque payments can also be deposited in the secure outside payment box.
All customers will be greeted by a Customer Service Ambassador or Commissionaire who will provide assistance and direction. Regular hours of 8 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. will be maintained. We thank customers for their patience and understanding during the COVID-19 pandemic.
For the latest on the City’s COVID-19 safety measures, impacts to City services, facilities and programs, and links to community resources, visit Regina.ca/COVID19. Please check back regularly for updates.